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And tonight's 5 point night belongs to...Oscar Moller (Prospect Notes)

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Sweden defeats Canada in shootout to win Pool B
But Canada replied when Brayden Schenn made a cross-crease pass to Hamilton, who guided it into the net with his skate. After a quick review by the officials, the shorthanded goal (Hamilton's second of the game) counted and the game was tied again at 4-4. [...] Canada took the lead for a third time in the third period when Schenn poked home a loose puck on the power play to make the score 5-4.

Schenn's got 7 and 7 for 14 points in 4 games. Canada plays SUI on Sunday.

OHL Roundup: A look at Friday's games - Winnipeg Free Press
Tyler Toffoli's second-period assist extended his league-best point streak to 19 games. Shane Prince, who was on an identical 18-contest run coming in, was held off the score sheet.

Monarchs provide fireworks on and off the ice in 7-3 win - Friday, Dec. 31, 2010
[...] Trailing 2-1, Manchester tied the game at 2:31 of the second period. Skating a two-on-one with Oscar Moller, Andrei Loktionov opted to shoot and ripped a wrist shot to beat Nolan Schaefer high glove-side. [...] The Monarchs scored three goals to close out the period, tying the game at 3-3 at 10:20 when David Meckler banged a loose puck home on a goal mouth scramble. Defenseman David Kolomatis scored his third goal of the year 35 seconds later for a 4-3 Manchester lead. [...] Moller made it 5-3 with a steal from Yury Alexandrov in the Providence zone. Moller stripped the puck and then fired a laser of a wrist shot from the slot, sending the puck top-shelf on Schaefer. [...] Bud Holloway tucked a rebound shot home at 7:12 and Marc-Andre Cliche capped the scoring at 10:28 after Moller stickhandled his way into the slot and then fed the captain for a pretty one-timer goal. Moller finished the night with a goal and four assists while linemates Loktionov (goal) and Cliche (goal, two assists) chipped in. "We didn't get the start we wanted but we came out and really made them back down and scored all those goals in the second period," Moller said. "I was pretty fortunate to be on the ice for most of them. The puck was on my stick a lot tonight."

What else? Another win for Martin Jones. In the OHL, Toffoli is still tops in goals in the OHL. In the WHL, Linden Vey is 2nd in points; Jordan Weal is 6th.